As part of Restorative Justice Week 2021, Counsel to Secure Justice chose the theme “Restorative Practices at Home” to help bridge the gap between theory and practice on Restorative Practices in the Indian context. You can also find the team in conversation on Instagram to learn more.

Restorative Workplaces - A Primer
Being Restorative at Home - A Primer

More from CSJ

A Study on Restorative practices.

 A report outlining restorative practices through circle processes conducted at  select observation homes in Jaipur, Alwar, Ajmer, Jhunjhunu & Sikar. This project was developed as a collaboration between Department for Child Rights (DCR), Government of Rajasthan, UNICEF Rajasthan & Counsel to Secure Justice (CSJ). Read more.

Restorative Justice

 CSJ is exploring ways to incorporate restorative justice processes to repair harm and meet the needs of survivors that arise from sexual abuse. Learn more.

Legal & psychosocial support for survivors of sexual harm

CSJ supports individuals who have been sexually harmed, in pursuing justice that meets their needs. When cases are reported to the police, we provide legal as well as necessary psychosocial support to survivors during criminal proceedings. Learn how we do that.

Research based on experience

In March 2018, CSJ & National Law University, Delhi released a forward-looking study, ‘Perspectives of Justice: Child Sexual Abuse in India,’ that examines using restorative justice to address child sexual abuse in India. The study is based on interviews of CSJ clients, adult survivors & ordinary people from Delhi.